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. on the ground near wichita. in oklahoma, near oklahoma city. the twisters part of a very he strong and as you can see wide system making its way through the northern and central plains right now. this has been cooking up for three hours now and we are at the pinnacle of that and the threat only expected toen crease from this point out. we are at the top of the heating of their day and it gets tougher from here into the night until things cool down. and the system expected to stretch into tomorrow. meteorologist janice dean is in the fox weather center. we he have one that they are watching right now outside of norman, oklahoma. we believe a touchdown happening as we speak. >> yes, and damage reports unfortunately, harris. i checked the national weather service and norman oklahoma is where the storm prediction center is. they know tornadoes. unfortunately, we are seeing damage in and around oklahoma city, norman, oklahoma up through kansas and wichita and then could have straightline damaging winds moving through the kansas city area. just want to point out where we have tornado watches extend
that's become almost inseparable in the minds of many from reality. i'm here to find that dream city. the place burroughs referred to as "enter zone." "interzone." ♪ tangier like i said was a city of ex-pats -- people with pasts, people who simply didn't like where they were and craved somewhere and something else. the grand socco is the gateway to the medina where you could find the kasbah, which means fortress, by the way. the port is to the east, and right in the middle of it all, the petit socco, called the last spot, the meeting place, the switchboard of tangier. reasons for settling in tangier diverge, but everyone sooner or later, since the beginning of memory comes to cafe tingis. jonathan dawson came to this city over 20 years ago as a journalist and he never left. he lives a life not too distant from burroughs' fantasy. cake and tea at 4:00 every day served by his man servant. he may not have a gazelle, but a pet rooster will do. and every day he makes the rounds of the cafes, seeing all the old faces, ending up sooner or later here. >> this is the petit socco? >> this is
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and i'm seeing reports of damage. tell us where? >> south and east of oklahoma city. tornado watches in effect from oklahoma all the way up towards the western great lakes, harris. the worst of the damage right now occurring in oklahoma as the cells just erupt ahead of the cold front. these rogue supercells and when you are ahead of the cold front that is when we particularly see things start to get dangerous in meteorology. there is shawnee. with it a confirmed tornado with the damage, extensive damage in the area of central oklahoma and then north of that another rogue supercell and with that the potential for rotating tornadoes. as well, moving up towards iowa. there is des moines. north of des moines, a supercell here developing with the potential of a tornado. see the pinks here? that is an indicator that we are seeing perhaps rain wrapped tornadoes, heavy rain as well as hail. you were talking to someone earlier with the grapefruit sized hail. we will continue to see that through the evening. as you can see in the yellows here, those are are severe thunderstorm warnings. we cou
-hot market in some areas? the latest numbers show prices up 9.3% in the biggest cities. how long can this continue? >> well, hopefully very long. i have to tell you that the market is on fire. the high-end market, breaking records right and left. you have affordable housing in places like silverlake and clover -- culver city and los angeles. but can you close fast enough and are you ready to compete. nicole: monty, is it like that in nashville. what is going on in tennessee? >> it's a great market. those kind of numbers and that connectivity, the last 22 months in a row we have seen continued steady growth and we are 27% higher this month than this time last year. nicole: gerri: this is like a red-hot candle. the most expensive house was sold in miami in the entire history. some $47 million for one house. how is miami doing? florida was a mass. is it coming back? there's the house he sold. >> there it is. the miami market is on fire. are talking about miami real estate. we have all of the whole world's wealth out here trying to buy these hanzel properties. we have broken this year al
weather today. high winds, lightning and rain ravaged oklahoma city last night downing power lines and utility poles. while in kansas four strike that tornadoes touched down in the central part of the state. it looks like it might be more of the same today. alexandra steele joins me from the cnn weather center. what's up and who needs to seek some place to hide? >> almost 20 million people, candy. so 14 reports of tornadoes yesterday. you mentioned a few of them. you can see thunderstorms firing off although nothing severe as of yet. no tornado watches or warnings yet this morning, but we will see them develop this afternoon and tonight. oklahoma city getting hit yesterday, today in the firing line as well. large hail, baseball-sized hail, saw it yesterday, potential today as well, 70-mile-per-hour winds. tornadoes likely, kc, wichita, tulsa, down towards oklahoma city as well. tomorrow, that threat moves eastward, chicago, kansas city and oklahoma city once again as we get in toward monday. so heads up in the upper plains and northern midwest today, candy. >> thanks, alexandra. ka
. >>> and then on to tulsa, oklahoma. strong winds ripped apart tents set up for the city's may fest overnight. but despite the damage the festival is still continuing today as planned. >>> an heavy rain in georgia turned many streets into rivers seemingly today. people in a town just outside of atlanta told our affiliate wsb it is the worst flooding that they've ever seen. jennifer delgado with us now in the severe weather center and this system is really just starting to pick up speed. >> absolutely, fredricka. we told you two hours ago we would see things getting more active. now we have four tornado watches at. at 2:00 we didn't have this. you will already see the line starting to develop through parts of kansas. notice the tornado watches in place for minnesota, as well as into iowa, all the way down towards oklahoma, even that northern part of texas. with these we will see the possibility of tornadoes, damaging winds as well as hail. the area we are really concerned about is in red. we'll make this a little bit bigger for you. i'm having a little bit of technical difficulties but the area in kansas,
and strong ones. and bigger cities than yesterday. kansas city, wichita, oklahoma city and then for tomorrow this threat pushes eastward and gets towards chicago and even is also. keeping an eye on it, poppy, as we head toward today and as these watches and warnings unveil themselves. >> i hope it's a quieter day than what we've seen all week. al alexand alexandra, thank you. >> sure. >>> this just into cnn, some breaking news to tell you about having to do with north korea. a north korea firing off another short-range missile today happening some time sunday afternoon in that time zone. this is according to a report out of the south korean news agency yanhap. the missile was fired away from south korea, we're told. this comes on the heels of yesterday we told you north korea launched three missiles, all of them today's, yesterday's falling into the sea. again, yesterday it was presumed that it was a test, but no warning was given about that test. as soon as we have more information on this of course we'll bring it to you live. >>> let's go to county now where a go-team of federal investigat
for the 2014 world cup but tragically he made it only as far as lincoln, city, oregon. he was struck and killed by a pickup truck while walking along a highway on the oregon coast. before leaving on a trip, he spoke to cnn affiliate kcpq. >> i'll be surrounded by new and interesting people all the time. the road will be long and lonely and i will utilize podcasts as much as possible. >> he was out to promote the project that donates soccer balls to kids in developing countries. >>> prince harry has a charity polo match today. the british royal stepped up to the plate in harlem yesterday going 3 for 3 hitting everything that was thrown at him yesterday. not bad for the prince given that baseball is not his game. the british royal impressed hurricane sandy ravaged new jersey and he was impressed by the american spirit. >> it's fantastic. american spirit everyone getting together and making things right. >> it puts smiles on peachople' faces that they get to meet the prince. it was cool that he came and helped support what happened in hurricane sandy. >> that girl put smiles on our faces. >> the p
>> kimberly: hello, i'm kimberly guilfoyle, dana perino and greg gutfeld and it's 5:00 in new york city. this is the 5:00. ♪ ♪ ♪ >> kimberly: one of the most powerful agencies in our government abused power by targeting americans for political believes. americans are demanding answers, both today congress tried to get them by holding the first hearing on the irs scandal. outgoing commissioner steven miller was asked to testify before the house ways and means committee. >> as acting commissioner i want to apologize on behalf of the irs for mistakes we made and poor service we provided. >> do you believe it is illegal for employees of the irs to create lists to targeted individual groups and citizens in this country? >> i don't believe it is. >> you know the terms tea party patriots were being used and you acknowledged they were outrageous. when you were asked about this after you were briefed that was the answer i gave snus how can we conclude you mislead the committee? >> i did not. >> can you assure this committee that none of this information by was shared or given to any other
political circles and outside those circles as well the toronto star is claiming there is a city mayor ford smoking with crack dealers. it says two toronto star reporters have viewed the video three times. it appears to show ford in a room sitting in a chair wearing a white shirt, top buttons opened, inhaling from what appears to be a glass crack pipe. ford is enco incoherent, trading jiebs with an off camera speaker by raising topics including liberal leader justin trudeau and the don bosco high school football team ford coaches. the toronto daily star investigative editor and senior reporter kevin donovan is on the phone from toronto. kevin, this is really astounding. i watched your report on your website. i heard it from your own mouth you have seen this video three times. how can you be so certain that this is, in fact, video of the toronto mayor and not something that's perhaps doctored. >> great question. going into this, when we heard there was video and began the process of trying to see it, i felt exactly as you are describing, how can you possibly know this is the mayor. i spent a
and welcome to huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. i might have been one of the first people to bluntly point out that the obama administration is not transparent and covering up scandals and lying to the american people. and now with the white house caught in the middle of three separate scandals, benghazi, and irs targeting of conservative groups and the justice department illegal probe in the journal phone records, the rest of the media is starting to catch up including the pundits who praised the president. >> he's accountable for it and i am offended by. it it is not a political or conservative or liberal. it is trusting your government. >> the transparency thing is crumbling. >> the president held a press government and he did well. he had been listening to their conversation. >> and lot of american a dults the last time the government looked in phone calls of the reporters and using the irs for political purposes twas the nixon era. when the government wants to do good things, managerial confidence falls between david brent and a cat chasing a hasser pointer. but when
of that plan and it is the wrong plan for our country. john: you see people begging in cities like this and when i was a kid i would feel sorry for them and give them many. then we did test to find almost all of them had homes and were skimming people and the social service agencies say don't give to these people. by a cded for one hour and made $11. more than minimumwage by giving money to then you are teaching them to be dependent to say you don't need to work. >> we're teaching people to eat fish but not how to fish it is the old cliche it is true the more you make people dependent they will not try to find themselves. >> we have to judge the program of milton friedman number their intention but their effectiveness. >> we have to many that are ineffective and you cant get ready -- rid of any of them. thank you. coming up we want to protect our children but to as we protect them or do we rob them of grit? we help kids tests are limits but now americans are limits but now americans are told to get rid of risk, welcome to the new buffalo... where new york state is investing one bil
and supporters in good time. >> castro's home now finally boarded up. sealed as evidence. a city councilman allowed to stand in the backyard, overcome by what the women endured for a decade. >> you can't help but feel like, you know, the presence of -- of this enormity of -- of the event. i mean, it's unbelievable. >> what did you picture in your mind's eye of what those women went through as you stood back there? >> it's just horrors. absolute horrors. >> all right our thanks to susan candiotti for that report. want to get right now to the cnn exclusive. pedro and onil castro speaking publicly for the first time about their brother ariel. the decade of torture he allegedly inflicted on his victims, and the impact that all this madness has had on them. martin savidge, in cleveland, with an exclusive story you will see only on cnn. >> when you were arrested on monday, and brought in, were you told why you were under arrest? >> absolutely not. >> no. >> you had no idea? >> no. >> not for 48, maybe 36 to 48 hours later. >> pedro, when did you become aware? >> well, there was a -- an inmate tha
as they begin actually speaking. in the meantime, again, other major news, detroit, a city that is dysfunctional and wasteful, those are kwoerkts after years of mismanagement and corruption, a very bleak assessment coming from the city's emergency managener a report on his his first 45 days in office. that report is due out today. his name is kevin orr. his report says that city will finish its current budget year with a $162 million cash flow shortfall. details on how orr plans to steer that major city out of itsful crisis, expected to come in months to come. >>> also mother's day celebration suddenly becoming a mass crime scene in new orleans. gunfire erupting. take a look at the video. remarkable. this all during a mother's day parade. chaos. police say shots rang out from different guns. 19 different people were wounded. three different suspects were seen running from that scene of the crime. the fbi says this was quote strictly an act of street violence, end quote, and there was no case of terrorism involved. but again, mother's day parade. we also have a very sad and tragic story. a mother
-life people have been protesting for days and days and days. so this city is certainly ready for a verdict. >> i remember a case with jason williams where there was some hung issues within the case and it proceeded, very different from that particular case, but sunny please keep an eye on this for us. let us know if that dynamite works, that's usually what they call it, the dynamite charge of going back in and working harder at finding resolution. >> it's a spencer charge here. >> spencer. okay. they do give it official names in some other jurisdictions, but everybody kind of always knows it's that dynamite, go. thank you, sunny hostin reporting for us live. >>> as we continue in this program, he is charged with four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape. and this is unlike any other kind of case because we're now talking about ariel castro, the man accused of holding three women hostage in his house, torturing them, raping them for over a decade. when he was arrested a week ago, those two other men, his brothers, were also treated like suspects right alongside him. the only thing
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other. police say galfi drove to new york city to pick kai up last weekend and then spent the weekend at galfi's home. kai's last facebook post says it was sexual in nature. police are investigating what happened. until more is known the internet's hitchhiker is off the streets and behind bars. >> the beating victim was a well respected attorney with more than 40 years experience in new jersey. >>> ahead on "starting point" start salivating. taco bell. >> start drooling now. >> they are testing outta cos for breakfast. that's a waffle taco. >> send them here now! you know what? it's a good way to spend money. what would you do with half a billion? that's half a billion tacos. find out your chances of winning saturday's powerball drawing. how high are they? >> you have a good chance of winning, john? >> i do. we'll tell you all about it next. when you have diabetes... your doctor will say get smart about your weight. i tried weight loss plans... but their shakes aren't always made for people with diabetes. that's why there's glucerna hunger smart shakes. they have carb steady, with car
commuter train, north of new york city. this is a derailment in southwestern connecticut. about 6:10 p.m. eastern, an eastbound train that left new york city at 4:41, or sorry, left new haven at 4:41, going to new york city, supposed to come in about an hour ago, derailed just east of a metro station. and when it did so, it hit a westbound train. some cars there were also derailed. we can't tell you much about the damage, but our understanding at this time, while this may seem severe, but we don't believe at this time that anyone was killed. >>> we have learned on the night ariel castro was arrested, cleveland animal control was called to castro's home to take in three dogs. cleveland animal control john baer talked to "outfront" today and said two are poodle/ter yri mix, and one was a chihuahua. they had matted hair, but other than that, he said they were perfectly healthy. they were spayed and neutered two days ago. the fbi wants to keep the dogs, until the three young women who were allegedly kidnapped by castro, decide whether they want to keep them. the pound is looking for someon
station in new york city. they are expected to be there for up to ten days. it understand on a busy travel koor dorin neighboring connecticut. a lot of people are hurt. 72. and three remain hospitalized in critical condition. officials say it is wonder many wereot killed. those trains were packed. 700 passengers on poored one train when it derailed and the train blowed into it in the opposite. they will look at the brakes and crew performance. there was a mangle would mess of metal on the tracks. that has crippled the travel up and down the east coast. connecticut's governor giving a sense of the magnitude. >> i think it will be with us for a number of days. what is important to us that the investigation be completed on sight. and we start with removing the trains and restoring the track. it will take some amount of time. namtrak has suspended service from new york to boston until further notice. >> fox weather alert. a severe weather system we have watched build for days. potential of tornados to heavily populated areas including north texas. it is tough for them. they are recovering from
's that quadrant of concern. 20 million people in the line of this between today and tomorrow. kansas city, wichita, down to tulsa, oklahoma city, as well. heres's today's threats. sioux city, des moines and then as we head towards tomorrow, the threat pushes a little further eastward, not as big a worry, but tomorrow is still in the threat zone and bringing in chicago and peoria, illinois, as well. poppy, big picture, severe storm potentially but a lot of wet weather in the northeast and southeast and even into the west. a lot of wet weather happening around the country and, the most severe through the plains up ander midwest through tonight. >> look at that map, it is covered. >> not the best sunday. >> not the best sunday, alexandria, thank you. >>> when hofstra university students graduate they'll mourn one of their own. andrea rebello was killed in her home. how police handled the dangerous situation that turned into a tragedy. authorities say it was a bullet fired from a police officer's gun that led to the death of hofstra university student andrea rebello. >> let me start off by giving my h
. >> reporter: headlining new york city fundraisers with justin timberlake and jessica biell. they obtained records in an investigation of leaks. accusations they down played terrorist involvement in september's deadly attack on the u.s. consulate in libya and claims the irs targeted conservative groups looking for tax exempt status. >> i'll not tolerate it. >> reporter: just hours before, obama addressed. irs scandal. >> if, in fact, irs personnel engaged in the kind of practices that have been reported on and were intentionally targeting conservative groups, then that's outrageous. and there's no place for it. >> reporter: the agency's watchdog is expected to release a report this week that will show the irs targeted applicants who made statements that "criticize how the country is run." this as e-mails became public showing the administration changed cia talking points on terrorist involvement in the libya attack just before the presidential election. >> the whole issue of this -- of talking points, frankly, throughout this process has been a side show. suddenly, three days ago, this get
. louis and down into oklahoma city and down into arkansas. a storm system that progresses from west to east across the country. we are talking about drought. 2011. i know there was a lot of tornados in 2011, 758 tornados happened in one month. in april of 2013, only 83 tornados. we should have an average of 300 to 400. but you get the idea. we did not have a severe weather season in april, and now it's about to start. we will keep you advised but keep a watch out for yourself because this could be a violent day in the plains, too. >>> this just in to cnn north korea fired three short-range missiles but there is no damage. the missiles landed in the see off of the korean peninsula. the tension in the peninsula has been going on. >>> investors ignoring the more adage, and some are all finishing the week higher for a fourth straight week in a row, and the dow and s&p 500 finishing the week at record highs. and the economy is continuing to improve. and a new consumer sentiment showing it stands at a six-year high. and shares of jcpenney slid after the quarterly loss. half of americans h
on these two trains, about 60 miles north of new york city, collided in a town of bridgeport, connecticut. one of them, two commuter trains, eastbound train hit by a westbound train, according to the national transportation safety board. they already -- those investigators have arrived on site. they are looking at a number of different factors here including were the brakes working, were the wheels working properly, what was the condition of the track, was there a problem with the signaling system, what about the operators of the train, how did this possibly happen? i can tell you this, i hope we have this -- these interviews ready to go, for passengers on board the train, it was frightening. >> all of a sudden, we hear boom and then we saw, like, smoke everywhere. and i just focused on my two kids, just hugging them and embracing them. >> the little bit i seen, people flew over people. i almost flew over the seat. i held on and -- but i'm okay. most people are just hurt, though. >> we went to the front of the train and kicked out some windows and got off the train. >> it is going to take a li
it is a remarkable spot in this remarkable city, boston strong, >>> a look at the memorial. that does it for this edition of "360" from boston. "early start" begins now. >>> it just hit another house. gosh dang it. son of a gun, we'll have to check on those people. >> breaking news. massive deadly tornadoes overnight. at least six people dead in texas, 14 people still missing, and fears that the death toll could go up. we are live on the ground there. >>> meanwhile, damage control, the white house tries to take control of the irs scandal sending the head of the agency packing. >> especially cruel, a jury finds jodi arias eligible for the death penalty in the gruesome murder of her ex-boyfriend. will she get life or will she get death? >> good morning, everyone, welcome to "early start." a lot of news when you were sleeping. >> may 16th, 5:00 a.m. in the east. >>> we begin with breaking news this morning. dangerous deadly storms overnight killing at least six people. and right now, the search is on for 14 people who are missing and the fear that the death toll could go up. t
in the middle of one of america's great cities. now the hunt for the suspect. and they are the men the american people did not hear from during last week's benghazi hearings. now a new effort to get their sworn testimony one way or another. >> harris: the chairman of the house committee probing what really happened in libya now wants answers from the leader of a review board into the terror attacks that killed four americans. >> they reached conclusions with a tremendous amount of data also. >> this should send a chill up your spine. this is something that we cannot let stand. >> harris: they won't. a call for accountability. after a many bombshell review shows senior irs officials did know agents targeted conservative groups as early as 2011. all because they had the word c party or patriot in their name. tonight, many people want to know was this political profiling? and, a frozen force of nature homeowners couldn't stop. >> you could see it coming and you keep thinking it's not coming any farther. it's going to stop. but it just kept on coming. >> harris: i'm harris faulkner. we begin tonigh
a makeshift memorial in the city square there along with the massachusetts governor, deval patrick. let's bring in deborah feyerick joining us from boston. we notice that cameron met with the president at the white house, but this visit was a lot more solemn. what did he say? >> reporter: this visit was a little bit different. you have to remember tomorrow will be four weeks to the day that those terrorists attacked the boston marathon. the prime minister's visit was really a show of solidarity. london and the uk have had their fair share of terror attacks. he knows what it's like to be hit, he knows what it's like to have people recover and try to get back on their feet. he came here with the governor. they discussed, among other things, the way to secure and be vigilant about certain terror attacks. but they also discussed the threat of radicalization and the serious threat that it presents and the need for law enforcement agencies to coordinate to combat it. take a listen. >> there's always more to do. look, there is a really vital role for law enforcement, a really vital role for in
. >> the prince then went on to attend several events in new york city including a fundraiser and an inner city youth baseball game and then tomorrow he heads to connecticut for a polo match. quite a well-rounded trip, i would say, shep. >> shepard: julie, thank you, crews are started demolishing the roller coaster that plunged off the pier. they began the job this afternoon after prince harry's visit. a spokeswoman says it should take about four or five days to remove that jet star coaster from the landscape. the british prime minister david cammeron is also in the united states and today paid his respects to the victims of the terror attack in boston. stopped this morning at makeshift memorial near the site of the bombings. cammeron says the united kingdom has experienced the same sort of terrorism and important for both nations to stand tall in the face of terror boston strong. soccer fans battled cops in the capital city and that tops our news around the world in 80 seconds. >> france. the riots broke out after a paris team won its first french league title in 19 years. tens of thousands of
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. a city councilman allowed to stand in the backyard, overcome by what the women endured for a decade. >> you can't help but feel like, you know, the presence of -- of this enormity of -- of the event. i mean, it's unbelievable. >> what did you picture in your mind's eye of what those women went through as you stood back there? >> it's just horrors. absolute horrors. >> and there's that house behind me, just three houses down, with a big high fence in front of it, and steel barricades. and yet people still come from the area to stop and stare and take pictures. they just can't get enough of it. >> they can't believe it, either. right? it's so difficult to believe and comprehend that that was just happening right there in their neighborhood. so what are the next level steps for castro? >> well, he is sitting alone in a jail cell, isolated from other people, remains under suicide prevention. and he is sitting around waiting for what is expected next, and that will be surely a grand jury indictment any time now. the sheriff tells me that he has had at least two visitors last friday, a co
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. the kidnap survivors fund has taken in $480,000. the trust was established by members of the cleveland city council. 5100 individual donations have come in from all 50 states, plus washington, d.c., even several foreign countries. to make a donation to the cleveland courage funds, go to clevelandfoundation.org/courage. >>> the internet celebrity who gained fame as kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker is behind bars in philadelphia this morning accused of murder. the homeless hitchhiker appeared on late-night talk shows this this year for his colorful rants about coming to the rescue of a woman by hitting her attacker with a hatchet. but now he's on the other side of the law. charged with the brutal beating death of a new jersey lawyer. >> from heroic hitchhiker to alleged murderer. >> smash, smash, smash. >> kale ep mcgillvy, better known as kai, the hatchet-wielding hitchhiker is behind bars in philadelphia, accused of beating a new jersey lawyer to death inside his home. earlier this year kai skyrocketed to viral video stardom after this rambling tv interview captured the lively hitchhike
are in your city and get involved. this does not take a ton of effort. it just requires us to have a heart of compassion. and i talk about that in "let her lead" that it's time as christ's followers that we step in and help those who are weak and marginalized in our culture. most often it's single moms raising their kids. >> brady boyd, senior pastor of new life church in colorado springs, colorado, you've seen more tragedy than your share. i thank you for speaking with us this morning. >> yeah. happy mother's day to my wife, pam and my mom watching in louisiana. good day today. >> you got to get that in. thanks, brady. >> and for more stories on faith, be sure to check out our belief blog, our award winning belief blog i should say at cnn.com/belief. >>> next, what do you get when you mix the benghazi hearings with the jodi arias murder trial? a little lesson in satire. it's pretty funny. we'll show you after the break. aw, shoodiscover card.payment. i missed a payment. aw, shoot. shoot! this is bad, isn't it? oh no! we're good! this is your first time missing a payment. and you've got ou
, not the top of that. >> okay. >> and you know, it took a long time. >> yeah. >> but it means a lot to the city just to walk around the city and look up there and see let's back up there. >> i was with president bush when he first saw that 9-14-01 and the lattice work sticking up. to see that level of recovery on i an gorgeous day in new york means a lot to the country. we'll take a break here. means a lot to the country. all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. transit fares! as in the 37 billion transit fares we help collect each year. no? oh, right. you're thinking of the 1.6 million daily customer care interactions xerox handles. or the 900 million health insurance claims we process. so, it's no surprise to you that companies depend on today's xerox for services that simplify how work gets
being affected by this, kansas city whereby joplin, stong storms tomorrow afternoon an tomorrow night. there's the swath for tomorrow. so really robust system, things finally coming together for the potential for some very strong tornadoes tonight, mostly tomorrow an tomorrow afternoon potentially as well. >> thank you vur much. >> texas tornado victims are finally getting to see what's left of their homes after their devastating tornados. the residents in gran bury lined up to get to their homesed to. 16 tornado ripped through on tuesday an the story are chilling. >> i was in the air and i opened my eyes and i was about 20, 30 feet up in the air. >> the tornado picked you up? >> yes. and whenever i opened my eyes and i see all the debris flying around me, a piece of wood came and hit me in the back of the head. >> six people died in one neighborhood alone. half of the houses in that neighborhood were damaged or destroyed. >>> the very busy rail line from n to new hachb connecticut is shut down and will stay closed for a few days. they're trying to figure out how a commuter train dera
stepped up to the plate here in new york city, not bad, going 3 for 3. he was hitting everything that yankees slugger mark at the examin teixeira threw at him yesterday. maybe teixeira should be working on rehab and not throwing to prince harry, but whatever the case. >> our correspondent followed his every move. >> reporter: there have been precious few opportunities for americans to come close to british royalty, prince harry, on this tour. but this was one of them. it was an upbeat atmosphere with a serious message. new jersey governor chris christie introducing harry to first responders, who coped heroically during and after hurricane sandy. >> it puts smiles on people's faces knowing they're going to get to meet the prince. so it was really cool that he came and helped like support what happened in hurricane sandy. >> it's an amazing experience, everyone getting together and making things right. it's fantastic, really good. >> reporter: then a quick drop-in on his prime minister who was at an event to promote british industry. then on to a baseball field in harlem. his pitch
huckabee from the fox news studios in new york city. all right, on monday, i said on my radio show that i believe that the lies and coverups regarding what happened in benghazi last september 11th could bring an end to barack obama's presidency. i compared it to watergate. that's in president brought down by deception and a methodical attempt to cover the deception. i wasn't saying that for dramatic effect or for rhetorical hyperbole. as a recognition that americans will forgive its leaders for mistakes, even serious mistakes but not for intentionally cunningly and repeatedly lying to them and then attempting to cover the lies. the deception of the truth add deflexion from the truth ends in defection of the people. i was joined g by former u.n. ambassador john handling of the fiasco happen long ago which doesn't matter. i see it as it a serious threat to the office of the president. among those who reacted were among those who o suggested i wanted those out of office. anybody who says that doesn't know me very well. i don't care much for the policies of this president. but i genuinely don
. [ laughter ] >> i'm greg gutfeld along our panel and dana perino. it's 5:00 in new york city and slightly balmy. >> greg: one week ago president obama said this about government. >> you have grown up hearing voices that incessantly warn of government is nothing more than a some sinister entity at the root of all our problems, you should reject all these voices, because what they suggest that our our unique experiment in self rule is a sham which
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